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I have a kodak easyshare camera that quit working and I can't find a repair shop. I was using the camera one day and I turned it off but the lens would not go back in and I could not take anymore pictues. I changed the batteries but that didn't help.

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Theres a problem with all kodak cameras where the swith suddenly stops working. Same thing happened to mine and i had to send it in to be repaired. Now im having another problem where the lens simply stopped working, Everything else appears to be fine but theres no image to be seen and snapping a picture just gives you a black image.

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